Masters Snooker 2024 Betting Odds

The 2024 Masters Snooker event runs from 7th to 14th January 2024 at Alexandra Palace in London. Sponsored by MrQ online casino, it is one of the most prestigious events in the snooker calendar. But which player should you back to win? Read on to hear the best Masters betting odds and more on the competitors who are in the running to win.

Who will win the Masters 2024?

Odds on Masters Snooker 2024

In the table below, we share the odds on the top ten favourites to win this year’s Masters Snooker. Defending champion Judd Trump is considered to be the top favourite to win the tournament this year. If successful, this will be the Englishman’s third Masters title, having previously won in 2019 and 2023.



William Hill


Ronnie O'Sullivan

9/25 9/25 9/25
Allister Carter 11/5 21/10 11/5

Snooker Masters 2024 Favourites

The 2024 Snooker Masters tournament will see the top 16 players in the snooker world rankings battle it out against each other for the £250,000 top prize. While the Masters is not a ranking event, it is strictly invitational, with competitors earning their place in the tournament by progressing into the top flights of the snooker world rankings. Here, we provide more information on the top five contenders to win this year’s Masters Snooker tournament.

Judd Trump

Englishman Judd ‘The Ace in the Pack’ Trump is a snooker player with a hugely successful track record as a former world champion and former world number one, in a professional career spanning almost two decades. On the list of all-time ranking event winners, Judd is in fifth place, as he holds an impressive 26 ranking titles. Currently world number two, Judd Trump was inducted into the Snooker Hall of Fame in 2021, having been voted the Snooker Tour’s Player of the Year for three consecutive years from 2019 to 2021.

Not only that, but Trump has scored more than 950 century breaks in professional games, making him one of only three snooker players to achieve this impressive feat. In the 2019/20 snooker season, he joined Neil Robertson as one of only two players to achieve 100 century breaks in a single season, and has made a whopping eight maximum breaks in his professional career. In 2022, he scored three maximum breaks in one year, an achievement only matched by Shaun Murphy, who also appears in the list of top ten favourites to win this year’s Masters.

Judd Trump is the current reigning Masters champion, having won in 2023. Last year was his second Masters win, with the first being in 2019 when he beat Ronnie O’Sullivan in the final. 

Bet365 are offering odds of 7/2 on Judd Trump beating O’Sullivan to the Masters title again this year.

Ronnie O’Sullivan

Currently world number one, Englishman Ronnie O’Sullivan is considered second favourite (and at some bookies, joint favourite) to win the Masters this year. Generally deemed by most in the snooker world as one of the greatest players in its history, O’Sullivan holds seven World Snooker Championships titles and eight UK Championships titles, which when added to his Masters wins, gives him a total of 22 Triple Crown victories - more than any other player. 

Ronnie ‘The Rocket’ has a number of other records to his name. He is the youngest ever player to win a ranking title, which he achieved at the 1993 UK Championship aged 17 years and 358 days. His is also the oldest World Champion in snooker history, a feat he achieved in 2022 when he regained the title for the seventh time, at age 46 years and 148 days. Not only that, he also won the 2023 UK Championship last year at age 47 years and 363 days, making him both the youngest and oldest ever winner, simultaneously.

O’Sullivan has achieved over 1200 century breaks in professional competition, a record unmatched by any other player, and has also made the highest number of maximum 147 breaks, with 15. Ronnie is even a Guinness World Record holder - he has scored the fastest competitive maximum break, completed in a time of five minutes and eight seconds.

Ronnie O’Sullivan has won a record seven Masters titles. In 1995, O’Sullivan became the youngest ever Masters champion, at aged 19 years and 69 days. Despite his huge success at the tournament, he has not won the title since 2017. If O’Sullivan can beat his own record to win a whopping eighth Masters title, then he will also become the oldest ever Masters Champion at age 48, a record currently held by then-43 year old Stuart Bingham in 2020. 

Bet365, William Hill and BoyleSports are all offering odds of 4/1 on Ronnie O’Sullivan to set those records by winning this year’s Masters.

Mark Selby

The ‘Jester from Leicester’ Mark Selby is currently world number five, although he has been ranked at the top spot in the Snooker World Rankings on a number of occasions since 2011, with the last time being in April 2022. Mark Selby has an impressive record in the world of snooker, with a total of 22 ranking titles to his name, including four World Snooker Championships, placing him eighth on the list of all-time ranking tournament winners. Only widely-considered snooker legends Ronnie O’Sullivan, Stephen Hendry and Steve Davis hold more Triple Crown titles than Englishman Selby.

Mark Selby has totted up more than 750 century breaks in professional competition, and five maximum breaks. He is the only player to have ever made a maximum 147 break during the final of the World Championships.

Interestingly, Selby is also a professional pool player. In 2006, he was the World Eight-ball Pool Federation champion, and is the only man who has ever been world champion in both snooker and pool.

Three-time Masters winner Mark Selby last won here in 2013, and no doubt he is hoping to replicate that success more than a decade later. 

BoyleSports currently have odds of 6/1 on Mark Selby to reprise his role as Masters champion in 2024.

Neil Robertson

Australian Neil ‘The Thunder from Down Under’ Robertson is currently seventh in the world snooker rankings, although he has previously ranked in first place, but not since early 2015. He is the most successful snooker player from outside the United Kingdom, having completed the Triple Crown of winning  the World Championship, the Masters and the UK Championship. Robertson holds a total of 23 ranking titles, and won at least one professional tournament every year between 2006 and 2022.

Neil Roberston has scored a whopping 907 century breaks in professional competition to date, including five maximum breaks. In the 2013-14 snooker season, he became the first player to achieve 100 centuries in one season and finished with a record 103 centuries.

Like Judd Trump, Neil Robertson holds two Masters’ titles, and last won in 2022 in a final against Welshman Barry Hawkins, who also appears in the top ten favourites to win this year.

Bet365 are offering odds of 14/1 on Neil Robertson becoming 2024 Masters Snooker Champion.

Mark Allen

Northern Irishman Mark ‘The Pistol’ Allen turned professional in 2005 and took only three seasons to break into the top 16, even beating legend Ronnie O’Sullivan during his fourth professional season. Allen has achieved a career total of ten ranking titles to date, with the 2022-23 season being the best of Allen’s career so far. During that season, he won the 2022 Northern Ireland Open, the 2022 UK Championship and the 2023 World Grand Prix, which launched him to number three in the world rankings — a position he maintains currently.

Allen has scored more than 500 century breaks in professional competitions, including two maximum breaks. 

Unlike his competitors in the top five, Mark Allen has only won the Masters once before, in 2018.

However, the bookies seem to think he has just as much chance of winning this year as Neil Robertson, as Bet365 and BoyleSports are both offering the same odds of 14/1 on Allen to clinch the title for a second time in 2024.

While Judd Trump and Ronnie O’Sullivan seem to be the two top dogs when it comes to the 2024 Masters Snooker tournament, it is clear that there is no shortage of talent in the rest of the field, as demonstrated by the relatively close odds on offer when it comes to the competition. Whoever you decide to wager on, it is certain that there will be plenty of excitement to enjoy at the Ally Pally this January.